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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Harris Matrix, Unconformity

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10 Mar 2016
13
Defined as the surfaces of strata" (harris) a conceptual device, really, because the surface of a layer is really part of the layer. Concept of interfa
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Unconformity, Late Period Of Ancient Egypt

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10 Mar 2016
13
Location of the site, function of the site and the time period the site was found in are all factors that can affect the similarity coefficient between
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Scram, De Facto, Shaving Cream

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10 Mar 2016
17
4 s-a processes (depositional); several different kinds: discard: most (but not all) materials enters archaeological record through process of discard
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - De Facto

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5 Nov 2011
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

Lectures 1 and 2

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6 Nov 2011
25
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pleistocene, Punctuated Equilibrium, Processual Archaeology

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10 Mar 2016
16
Analogy: use of information in one context to explain data found in another a powerful tool of interpretation. Analogy in archaeology commonly uses the
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Matrilocal Residence, Enculturation, Central Place Theory

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10 Mar 2016
9
Resource structure conditions group size and location. Homogeneous resource distribution (stable, evenly dispersed food resources, ex. pinyon nuts): op
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Experimental Archaeology, Stone Tool, Uniformitarianism

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5 Nov 2011
29
How science works: most archaeologists follow (more or less) the hypothetico-deductive method (h-d). Observation - find patterns that underlie: 2. Argu
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

Regional Settlement

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5 Nov 2011
25
The study of how people distribute themselves across the landscape. Archaeological interpretation: coupland, archaeological consequence (static) of a s
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UTSGARH309H1Justin JenningsWinter

What is Ethics?

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26 Jan 2012
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

Lecture 5

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6 Nov 2011
26
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UTSGARH305H1Gary CouplandFall

Lecture 6

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6 Nov 2011
25
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